Alexis Feringa provides executive coaching, strategic planning facilitation, and leadership development services to both public and private organizations. Her passion is to partner with clients to help them transform into happy, authentic, successful leaders. She accomplishes this by engaging in deliberate, intentional conversations with clients to identify and overcome obstacles that are interfering with their ability to perform at their potential. Her clients are leaders in Fortune 50 companies, law firms, consulting companies, and non-profit organizations.
Alexis provides consulting and team coaching services to successful small and medium-sized businesses facing challenges associated with growth. In this capacity, she has assisted leaders of growing businesses establish more formal organizational capabilities and processes that are critical to their continued growth and success. These capabilities include decision-making, conflict resolution, and effective meeting management. In addition, she works with the leadership team to establish and/or clarify roles and responsibilities, decision rights, accountability, and performance goals/expectations.
Prior to this, she spent more than 20 years at Booz Allen Hamilton, the last six as a Vice President. She had P&L responsibility for professional services businesses across Intelligence Community, Department of Defense, and Civil Agency clients. The consulting services Alexis and her staff provided included strategic planning, business planning, policy development, strategic communications, training and development, and program management. She was also involved in leadership development programs. Alexis contributed to the development of the Leadership Excellence program, including a module focused on women leaders.
Alexis holds a Master’s Degree in International Relations from The Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy. She is also a graduate of Georgetown University’s Leadership Coaching Certification Program and holds the Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credential from the International Coach Federation.